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Joseph Watson (ed.) Todd Sturtevant
I remember the con -
versation in NY. which you refer to; but am sorry to say that some few weeks ago, Lucy Stone, who gathered all the money now in our Treasury, (some $ 130) directed me to forward it to Mr Higginson-
for whose tracts - as I under - stand from her, these sums were given - Perhaps if you let him know your need he would loan you the whole or some part of it as I judge he has not immediate use for the whole - I rejoice at your
Energy in getting the address stereotyped - In all our movements these little messen - gers from the press are in - valuable + yet too little relied on - You could hardly have chosen better to begin with - If our recent Conv. [sic] In Boston collected any -
thing I've not heard of it; + the treasury is empty - But as my personal contribution to your Enterprise please accept the enclosed $10 - believe me very truly Yours Wendell Phillips
Mrs S.B. Anthony -
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Wendell Phillips June, 29 1854
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Your Appeal is dear co[—]t + its plan most excellent